Turn this applesauce into an awesome low carb breakfast-
Mix 3T applesauce with 2 T softened cream cheese. Split open 2 Joseph's low carb pitas along the outer edge and stuff with apple mixture. Dip pitas in a mixture of 1 egg, 1 T Splenda and 1/4 t vanilla. Fry in butter until golden and crispy. Serve with sugar free syrup. Makes fantastic stuffed french toast. :D
This may sound really strange but this stuff tastes exactly like McDonald's sweet & sour sauce... (but better!)which I have loved my whole life. Before I went low carb I used to attempt to smuggle packages of the stuff home with me for chicken and other food I made at home. I will continue to order this product for as long as they make it. It's not too sweet, has a fantastic texture, and goes well with just about any savory food you can put it on.
Whoa! Finally a really, really good BBQ sauce. I tell ya, I'd almost given up finding something low carb that didn't ruin the meal. Jok n Al is the best sauce I have ever tried!!!!! Low carb or not...it is really the best. It's kinda spicy and sorta sweet. It's nice and thick to boot! I would use this BBQ sauce whether I was dieting or not. It is far better than the Walden Farms, which only smells good. This Jok n Al just IS GOOD! Please take my word for it. I am very choosy and this sauce impressed me.
I love this stuff almost as much as the sweet chili sauce, which I wish to marry. I use it to make curried chicken salad -- mixed with some mayo, cooked chicken, toasted nuts (hazelnuts or macadamias or pecans) and whatever bits of fruit your plan will allow (one slice of pineapple cut into bits is very nice, or three or four quartered grapes) is delicious on some lightly dressed salad greens. I've also browned some boneless pork chops, sauteed some chopped shallots in the pan, deglazed the pan with chicken broth (scraping up all the brown bits -- do NOT use a non-stick pan for this), reduced the broth by half, stirred in a big spoonful each of Apricot Sauce and Dijon mustard, braised the chops in that until cooked through, reduced again, and added a bit of cream. Strong men cried with happiness.
Apple and Carrot Muffins (an original Jok n Al recipe)
2 cups flour
½ cup Splenda sweetener (granular)
1 level tablespoon baking powder
1 teaspoon cinnamon
½ teaspoon salt
1 cup finely grated carrot
¼ cup chopped walnuts (or
2 small eggs
1½ cups Jok n Al Apple Sauce
3 tablespoons vegetable oil
Combine dry ingredients in a bowl. Stir in carrot and walnuts. In
another bowl beat eggs lightly with a fork and mix with Jok n Al Apple Sauce and oil. Add egg mixture to
dry ingredients and stir lightly to just combine. Do not over
mix. Spoon into greased or non-stick muffin tins and bake 350°F
(175°C) 20-25 minutes.
Quick Apple Crumble (an original Jok n Al recipe)
½ cup flour
½ cup rolled oats
3 tablespoons Splenda
sweetener (granular) or sugar
2 oz butter
1 jar (260g) Jok n Al Apple Sauce
Spoon Jok n Al Apple Sauce into a pie dish. In a bowl,
rub butter into dry ingredients until mixture resembles coarse
breadcrumbs. Spoon over Jok n Al Apple Sauce.
Bake in pre-heated oven 375°F (180°C) for 45 minutes or until
topping is crisp. Serve hot with ice cream or low fat
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